Swizz Beatz - Where The Cash At?

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Swizz Beatz , Club
Producer:
Apex and Swizz Beatz
Album:
Life After The Party

Undaunted by the disappointing sales of his latest album, One Man Band Man, Swizz Beatz is already hard at work on a currently untitled follow-up.  Taking out his frustrations on the booth, Swizzy calls out anyone who talks a big game, but doesn’t put their money where their mouth is; he asks, Where The Cash At?  While listeners are often quick to critique his verses, even Swizzy knows that his best asset is his production work.  Where The Cash At? is no exception, with its majestic sound and bassline borrowed from Cassidy‘s I’m A Hustla (later borrowed by Apex on 50 Cent‘s I Get Money).  Although it is currently unknown whether or not Where The Cash At? will be featured on SB’s next album, the song will most certainly be blasting out of speakers all summer long.

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